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Relationships and interpersonal skills can be a source of stress for most people. Believe it or not, conflict is a normal part of a healthy relationship. This includes friends, family members, spouses, coworkers, boyfriends/girlfriends, etc.
Many times, people express their fear in this area by saying, "I don't like conflict." Well, no one really likes it. But the reality is, it is a part of any type of relationship. No two people can realistically agree on everything.
Always remain calm. If you feel rage, process it before engaging in the conversation, but then engage.
Healthy and Unhealthy Ways of Resolving Conflict
Unable to recognize a matter of great importance to the other person.
Recognizing the importance of the other person's [interests and perspective].
Fairness [in Conflict Resolution]: [The] Ground Rules